Executive function skills in kids

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Do your children need help with their organization and planning skills?

Hanover SEPAC presents: Executive Function in Students
A Workshop for Parents, Teachers and Professionals with Sarah Ward
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Hanover High School

Do your children need help with their organization and planning skills?
Parents, teachers and professionals: Come learn how to work with and coach
students to effectively balance and manage academic work, time, and
Learn how to (1) Create a homework space, (2) Organize personal and school
materials, (3) Record assignments and create a schedule and (4) Manage
time, tasks and complete long term projects.

You will walk away with many simple, ready-to-use strategies and tools for
teaching children how to develop independent executive function skills.

Presented By:
Sarah Ward, M.S., CCC/SLP Speech and Language Pathologist
A popular speaker, Sarah Ward regularly presents on the topic of executive
functions to a variety of professional and parent organizations. Her
innovative and effective approaches have been featured on National Public
Radio and she is the recipient of multiple awards including the
Massachusetts General Hospital Expertise in Clinical Practice Award and
Faculty in Excellence Award.

Check out SEPAC’s page on the Hanover Schools website at
http://www.hanoverschools.org/community/pac/ for further information and a
calendar of upcoming events. For more information about this event, see
the attached flyer or contact cbellerby@aew.com .

For “Around Town on the Web”,
Cathy H-B

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